Families Across Baltimore Celebrated Easter Sunday Sans COVID RestrictionsPeople filled churches for Easter Service—and this year something was different.
Hogan Highlights Maryland's Stance On The War In UkraineGov. Larry Hogan used his social media account to draw attention to Maryland's stance on the war in Ukraine on Sunday.
Baltimore Students Protest Russian Invasion Of UkraineBaltimore students held a peaceful demonstration on North Charles Street to show their support for the people of Ukraine on Wednesday.
Baltimore County Couple Goes Overseas To Help Ukrainian RefugeesA Baltimore County couple flew to Poland on a mission trip to help Ukrainian refugees.
The Long, Rich History Of Ukrainians In BaltimoreUkrainian immigrants who made the Baltimore area their home decades ago reflect on what’s happening in their country now.
‘We Have Little Children With Adult Faces’ Ukrainians Speak About Life During War, Help For Youngest VictimsOksana and Dmitry spoke to WJZ from the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro, home to almost 1 million people. The two have been helping distribute funds donated from Baltimore.
Plight Of Ukraine Focus Of Rallies In Baltimore And WashingtonPeople participated in rallies from Baltimore to Washington, DC, to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people on Sunday.
'Russia Out Of Ukraine' Peace Vigil To Take Place In Patterson Park On SundayMembers of Maryland Peace Action will hold a “Russia Out of Ukraine” peace vigil across the street from St. Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church in Patterson Park on Sunday.
Heavy Seas Releasing 'Red Eyes' Ale Using Recipe From Ukranian Brewery, Proceeds Go To UN Relief EffortHeavy Seas Beer is releasing a new beer to raise money for humanitarian efforts to help Ukraine, and they're using a recipe from a brewery based in the country to do it.
Hogan Talks Gas Tax, Inflation, And Potential Russian Cyberattacks On CNBC's Squawk BoxGov. Larry Hogan talked about how Maryland was the first state to implement a 30-day gas tax suspension to offset price pressures put into play by the war in Ukraine on CNBC’s Squawk Box Tuesday.
Maryland Will Send 50 Ventilators To Nonprofit Treating Patients In Ukraine, Hogan SaysThe Maryland Department of Health is donating 50 portable ventilators to the Paul Chester Children’s Hope Foundation, a nonprofit helping to treat children and adults who have been wounded during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday.